Approximately 15 vendors participated in the event, each donating two hundred dollars to one of the two charities identified by the real estate office. Cumulatively the vendors were able to make generous contributions. The Boys Hope and Girls Hope received $1200 dollars and the American Heart Association received $1300.
“When we heard about this event, it was a no-brainer for us to participate. We were able to meet many real estate professionals at one event while being able to help a nonprofit in our community,” remarked Bruce Shields of Kendal Homes. “The smaller venue afforded us the ability to have more meaningful conversations with the agents, many of whom had clients with lots to build on or were currently looking for lots and a builder in the central Maryland or eastern shore areas. The event was certainly a win-win-win.”